New Delhi, Nov 30: Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi who was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi on Tuesday has been discharged.  Sonia Gandhi reportedly was suffering from viral fever. According to Chairman of the Board of Management at SGRH, D.S. Rana, Sonia Gandhi was admitted at the hospital  under the care of Arun Kumar Basu, a senior consultant in the Department of Chest and Pulmonology Medicine, and his team of consultants.

As per reports by Basu, the Congress Chief has recovered from fever and has been discharged in stable condition. The 69-year-old leader was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) in Delhi after complaints of viral fever.

On Tuesday, Congress Party’s national spokesperson RS Surjewala confirmed about Sonia Gandhi’s health and said,”Congress President Sonia Gandhi has been admitted to hospital on account of viral fever. She will be in hospital for 2 days”. Gandhi also underwent a physiotherapy and rehabilitation at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) in August and was discharged after a few days on August 14.

In August, Sonia Gandhi was admitted to  the same hospital after a fracture and a shoulder dislocation after she collapsed during a rally in Varanasi on August 3. Soon after the collapse, the Congress chief was taken to Army Research and Referral Hospital and from there she was rushed to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.